It’s about the EPA’s loosening of emissions regulations.
One bill would ban devices like bump stocks.
Tuition could increase by up to 2 percent.
A glance at the bills affecting this university and students.
The agreement commits to investing in business and housing along the Purple Line corridor.
The SGA-coordinated event allowed students to showcase their business ventures and receive feedback.
Another statue of Taney in Baltimore was removed just days earlier.
Startup companies within the system could receive as much as $500,000 from the new initiative.
Trump’s disapproval rating in Maryland is 14 percent above the national average.
Hogan’s proposals will go before lawmakers after the 2017 legislative session starts Wednesday.